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This beautiful bird changes its colour as it moves its neck; viral video will leave you amazed

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21st June, 2022 14:48 IST

This beautiful bird changes its colour as it moves its neck; viral video will leave you amazed

The video of a beautiful bird with its long beak is grabbing the eyeballs of online users. The clip was shared by a YouTube channel called ‘Viral Hog’.

In the viral clip, the bird is identified as a hummingbird that has eye-catching colored feathers with a long beak. The bird can make humming sounds by flapping its wings at a high frequency.

Hummingbirds also feed on flower nectar, flying insects, and spiders. In the new viral video, the awdorable bird can be seen changing its color as it moves its neck.

The viral video of the bird has left netizens stunned.

Just like the chameleon is known for changing its color, hummingbirds can change their color as well.

See video:


In the video, the bird is seen sitting on someone’s hand and changing its color from dark green and pink to black as it moves its head.

The amusing clip was shared along with a caption, “I was in my living room when I heard a thud on the window. I went outdoors to investigate and found the hummingbird on the ground. I scooped it up in my hand and held it lightly to my chest. Being the photographer that I am, I went back into the house to grab my phone and went back out and open my hand and it went up onto my thumb where it stayed for just over a minute while I videotaped it with my other hand. When it finally flew away” He further added, “Hovered about 2-4 ft from my face and looked at me then flew away. I have no doubt that was a visit from my precious son Jami who passed away a few years prior. I will treasure that memory for a lifetime.”


Ever since the video has gone viral, it has garnered over 27000 views and received several amazing reactions.

One user wrote, “Omg so beautiful They are such gorgeous little creatures“,

Another commented, “Unbelievable, the colors OMG simply mind-blowing, such a small bird but colourful.”

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